Sundays are typically a pretty boring day for me, so in a selfish bid to make Sundays a little more exciting in my eyes, and hopefully yours, I’ve decided to start scouring the tubes of the internet in order to find some inspirational Canadian Travel Videos. In this age, it isn’t hard to find travel [...]
Photo by carre23 – Each year in Montreal, locals and visitors flock to the streets for the world’s largest bike festival. Montreals bike festival includes a few different events, including Operation Bike-to-work, the Metropolitan Challenge, and Tour de l’Île de Montréal and one of the most popular and flashy events, Un Tour la Nuit, where [...]
A couple things you need to know before watching this video. 1. Matt Mays is the cats pajamas. 2. Sam Roberts is the bee’s knees. So if you haven’t heard of either them for some reason, hit up iTunes and check them out. They’re some of the few true blue rockers left in the music [...]
I’m not sure if any of you have seen this video yet, but if you were one of the millions of people around the globe who were watching every minute of Olympic coverage then you need to see this. This video montage done by Stephen Brunt just about sums up the feeling that we as [...]
First off, What is Crashed Ice? Crashed Ice is what you get when you amp up a bunch of hockey players on Red Bull, tell them to race to the bottom of an icy hill, and be a hero. At all costs. Mayhem, adrenaline, speed, and nasty spills typically ensue. Fans describe it as a [...]
Via Rails Virtual Tour guide, Vivian, submitted a great link in a comment on my recent post of the best winter activities in Canada. The video depicts two Inuit men building an igloo. It’s roughly 10 minutes long, and it’s one of those really crazy old videos. It’s not ‘cheesy’ old, it just sort of [...]
Located on the east coast of Canada is Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s Atlantic provinces. Every year around Christmas, the province of Nova Scotia sends a massive Christmas tree down to Boston to thank the Bostonian’s who aided in the aftermath of the 1917 Halifax Explosion. The Boston aid arrived the day after the explosion [...]
So after finally digging my feet in, I’ve managed to put together a quick travel video/photo montage of the first leg of my recent trip across Canada. Episode 1 features views into Saskatchewan and Manitoba.